I saw your post regarding ASLdefined.com. It is a nice site but the
disk is transportable and a ONE TIME FEE for unlimited use. I do not
sign up for monthly fee websites ever, whether they are for ASL or
for any other use. I like the fact you buy a disk, it is yours.
Sometimes our web server goes down at work, and I am stuck without
my visuals. With the Clip and Create- I create it and they are
there, I can save it and reprint it if I want to again and again
and again, without a fee. Thanks- but no thanks.
On 2/20/10, ASL Professor wrote:
> Have you ever considered checking out http://www.ASLdeafined.com?
> If not, please do. This will save you lots of time cutting and
> pasting. It is an amazing website that is 21st Century
> technology. I promise you will fall in love with it the same way
> you did with the CD Rom....
> On 2/19/10, S.Long wrote:
>> Just saw your post! I own 2 versions. One for my office which
>> still uses Windows XP and I bought the version for Vista. We
>> love it here! I use it to make flash cards for my ASL classes,
>> and I print the signs on 8x11 paper and laminate them for our
>> infirmary building. It reiterates the visual learning and it
>> increases vocabulary use not only for the students, but for
>> the nurses on staff as well. I highly suggest it! You can make
>> it print without the written word, or with.- LOVE IT!!!
>> On 9/20/09, Kelly wrote:
>>> I am looking for clip art of sign language to use for sight
>>> words. I have several good ASL dictionaries at school but
>>> it is very time consuming to copy the words I want and then
>>> make cards out of them. I am interested in getting a CD rom
>>> called American Sign Language Clip and Create 4 (CD-ROM)
>>> but I wanted an opinion from someone who has used it. Is it
>>> worth the money? I think it might help some of my kids with
>>> severe retention problems.
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